GAIN is a not-for-profit voluntary group based in Grantham, in the rural county of Lincolnshire, in the British Isles. It is Tax Registered as a Charity with HMRC.
See Chairman’s report for a round up of 2016/2017.
Click icon to view the page showing a summary of the latest updates. See also technical guide.
Website address: www.gain-grantham.co.uk
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2. Look down the left hand column on Facebook for Events page.
If you are uneasy about some or all of the contact details you have given us, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, giving us your name and stating what you want to remove. We will be happy to do so.
We would like to thank all those who have donated to GAIN. It helps us to provide the support that we can to our members and visitors. GAIN is Tax Registered as a Charity with HMRC. There are two ways to donate:
- Send a cheque made out to “Grantham Autistic Information Network” to
GAIN, c/o Belton Lane Children’s & Community Centre, Off Princess Drive, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG31 9PP.
- via PayPal:
a. log into your account and click on “Send Money”.
b. Then fill in the “To” field with “email@example.com” and the amount of money you wish to send.
c. The transaction will show up as “GRANTHAMAUT” on your bank statement.
- Send a text message to Just Giving at 70070, e.g. GAIN06 £3 The Just Giving text phone number is 70070. The message needs to start with our code: GAIN06. Amounts can be: £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10.
Our founder member, Jane Emery recognised the absence of one-to-one support for those struggling with (or without) a diagnosis of this
condition. She became our first GAIN chair, when she set up the support group in 2006.
After Jane stepped down, due to ill health, Christine Barrs served for several years as chair. With the help of her committee, Christine did a great deal to put GAIN on the map. She also put a lot into building the team that took over from her. She stood down at the AGM on April 17th 2013 and Edward Mayes was duly elected as chair.